Life brings seasons of challenges, but you don't have to go through these seasons alone. Here at Prince of Peace, we have a number of community and support groups and ministries that are here to walk with you.
The purpose of AA is to provide help to people with alcohol abuse problems. Anyone recovering from the abuse of alcohol and is able to help another journey the road to recovery is welcome to serve in this ministry.
Jim O.: 770.561.0635
Tony C.: 678.201.5376 (esp)
Grief Support is for anyone who has experienced the death of a loved one and is grieving. Prayer, support and encouragement help facilitate the healing process. A bond of compassion and understanding is formed with others who are grieving
Trudy Mackes 678.641.4956
Prayer Chain provides prayerful support to anyone in need of prayers. People call in with a specific need and their request for prayer is passed on. Over 50 people serve in this Ministry and make up 10 prayer chains.
Stephen Ministry is a one-on-one caring ministry for people struggling with a difficult time in their life. Examples of such times may include grief, divorce, job loss, chronic or terminal illness or other life crisis. These can be short-term or long-term situations. Stephen Ministers are lay people trained to provide individual, confidential, Christ-centered support as they walk with individuals during this time.
The St. Vincent de Paul Society engages in works of mercy helping those in distress with food, clothing and shelter. Trained members quietly and confidentially assist their clients who have called in on the SVDP telephone line. Home visits assess individual situations. The organization oversees allocation of financial resources provided through monthly parish collections and other donations.
Embrace is for families who have lost a baby from miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant death within the first few months after birth. For friends and extended family of parents who have lost a baby in providing resources and education. For religious leaders, medical personal and volunteers in providing education, tools and resources to minister to families.
PATH offers hope and healing for those who have undergone an abortion. Our method is personal, compassionate and non-judgemental. If you are suffering, please be assured that our trained volunteer facilitators will help you find a peace of heart. We will help you face your guilt, anger, isolation and sadness, and help you reconnect with yourself, others, and God.
At the Pregnancy Aid Clinic, we recognize that women have a right to make their own decisions about the outcome of their pregnancy and their sexual health. We are here to help women and their partners make informed and thoughtful decisions.
Holy Family Counseling Center is made up of Catholic therapists of varying backgrounds who have come together to offer aid to those who wish to receive counseling and psychotherapy that will not compromise their personal value system.
We provide counseling from a Catholic Christian perspective for couples, individuals and families placing value in the dignity of the individual and marriage as well as the family.